Message From The President

We, in Albuquerque Alumnae, are very excited about the work we have done for the past 50 years, to carry out the vision of our 22 founders. Our site has been structured to provide a clear and concise view of our current initiatives, and an ever-changing showcase which spotlights our various community service acts. We invite you to come back again and again to find pertinent information about our sorority, stay abreast of our upcoming events and learn how you can partner with us in making significant changes in Albuquerque and beyond. We also welcome your feedback which helps to ensure that we are responsive to the needs of our community.

Dr. Danielle C. Riddle Price
Blessings and hugs,
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated
President Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter


Second Saturday (Sept-June) at 9:00am. See Calendar for location.  All sorors are welcome, however, proof of membership is required.


Been away for a while and want to come back?  We welcome you with open arms! Email us for more information.


All information about joining Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated can be found on the National Website, under Membership FAQs


Dr. Danielle C. Riddle Price

1st Vice President

Jasmyn Madison

Recording Secretary

Vicki Scott


Amala Waldon

Corresponding Secretary

Chrisaundra Henderson

Financial Secretary

Amaka Nwagbologu


Over 50 years of serving the Albuquerque community.

On March 18, 1967, fifteen awe-inspiring Delta Women living in Albuquerque, New Mexico chartered the Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.  The charter members were, Jennie Brown, Margaret Carson, Euola Cox, Sara Davis, Fannie Dawson, Buena Vista Green, Uline Hughes, Artis Hopkins, Lauretta Loftus, Joy Malry, Dorothy McNeil, Anna Swaim, Alfreda Taylor, Ellie Warren, and Ina Webb.  Soror Mona Humphries Bailey, Farwest Regional Director, presented the charter and installed the first officers.

Soror Uline Lovelday Hughes served as the chapter’s first president.  Since its inception the Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter has been committed to implementing the Sorority’s signature programs, including Jabberwok, Delta Academy, School America, Delta Teen Lift, and awarding scholarships.

Central in our history are projects meant to support families and improve conditions for those less fortunate and underrepresented in our community.  These projects have traditionally included holiday charity drives, Kwanzaa celebrations, and community workshops.

Leading the community as the first of all sororities and fraternities to organize in the Albuquerque area, the Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter established a history of working closely with other community organization such as the Sickle Cell Council of New Mexico, the National Council of Negro Women, the SCLS and the NAACP.  

The Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter has had several highlights in its 50-years in public service.  Among these are receiving the Martin Luther King, Jr. “Keep the Dream Alive” Award and host three Southwest Regional Conferences and a Statewide Founders Day.  To date, the Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter remains the only Alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority , Inc. in the state of New Mexico.  

We continue to expand our public service with programs like the African American Read-In, Socks for Tots, Dress for Success, Habitat for Humanity, Roadrunner Food Bank, Project Share, Adopt a Highway Cleanup, World Aids Day, School Supplies Drive, Spread the Warmth Blanket Drive, Step-2-Success Shoe Drive, and Voter Education and Registration.